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View Resource Solar Instructor Training Network (IREC)

Established by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) is filling a critical need for accessible, high quality, market-valued training in solar system design,...

http://www.irecusa.org/workforce-education/solar-instructor-...
View Resource Solar Hot Water

A handy module for students K-12.

http://www.azsolarcenter.com/arizona/modules/pdf/hotwater.pd...
View Resource Renewable Energy Standard & Tariff

In 2006, the Commission approved the Renewable Energy Standard and Tariff (REST). These rules require that regulated electric utilities must generate 15 percent of their energy from renewable...

http://www.azcc.gov/divisions/utilities/electric/environment...
View Resource North Carolina Solar Center

The North Carolina Solar Center serves as a clearinghouse for renewable energy programs. It seeks to stabilize energy costs, reduce dependence on foreign fuels, and to mitigate the environmental...

http://www.ncsc.ncsu.edu
View Resource Solar Living Institute

Promotes sustainable living practices, including the use of alternative energies and natural building techniques (straw bale, cob and bamboo). Provides educational workshops, demonstration sites and...

http://www.solarliving.org
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